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Re: Is it possible to use filters?

A 52mm (in diameter) filter is attachable on this model. Please note the following: *1: The adaptor ring (sold separately), ZCA-300 is needed. *2: Filters cannot be used with the wide converter. *3: When the 8mm or thicker filter or some filters over another are attached, vignetting may appear. Test recording is recommended.

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Can you use a haze or UV filter on the Olympus SP-800UZ. what size would be used?


Yes it is possible with a lens adapter. Search for Kiwiphotos LA-67SP800 or LA-67SP800. Or look at: http://www.kiwifotos.com/Pro_show.asp?Proid=83
On Ebay they can be bought quite cheap. You can fit a filter onto the lens adapter.

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I want to add a removable lens telescopic lens in fuji pix s5700 it is possible or not.


You can probably attach a lens in the filter thread, which is 46mm.
However, the camera lens is not constructed to carry a heavy load, so you will most likely damage the camera.

Mar 27, 2010 | Fuji FinePix S5700 Digital Camera

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When i took a snap only the white screen comes in the display. But I was able to take the video.


possible the high light filter malfunction. not for sure. the video are fine in every light situations ?

Feb 28, 2010 | Canon PowerShot A460 Digital Camera

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Overexposed pictures


usually all the digital cameras have a filter to diminishes the quantity of light passed through objective. This filter is enabled by a small relay and that relay is powered by a mobile wire from the mother board. Because this wire are always moved every time when the zoom is used ,this action can cause the interruption of that wire.
The second possibility is that relay to get stuck and can`t be able to switch the filter.

Sep 15, 2009 | Canon PowerShot A460 Digital Camera

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Scratched Low pass filter on the sensor ! Nikon d60


all filters are available on Ebay or from a good camera supplier

Jul 27, 2009 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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Setting to shoot black and white


No, you can reduce the saturation but not go mono, (in the parameters settings)
You will need to adjust the colour balance and convert to mono in photoshop (or similar)
There are quite a few articles on the web regarding shooting in IR with the rebel, best results can be obtained with a modification to the camera http://ghonis2.ho8.com/rebelmod.html (reversable by using a IR cut filter for non IR shots) as it contains quite a strong IR filter which means although it is possibler without modification exposures will be quite long with IR filters and focusing difficult as the auto wont work and you will be able to see very little trough the viewfinder once the IR filter is on.
Here are a few articles, they may not relate to your exact model but all the eos cameras are somewhat similar.

http://photo.net/equipment/canon/digital_rebel_xt/
http://diglloyd.com/diglloyd/free/Infrared/index.html
http://www.astropix.com/HTML/I_ASTROP/EQ_TESTS/INFRARED.HTM
http://astrosurf.com/~buil/350d/350d.htm

people who will mod the camera for you.
http://www.lifepixel.com/ (also sell replacement sensor filters)
http://spencerscamera.com/default.aspx
Im sure there are many others.

Best of luck

Jun 08, 2008 | Canon Digital Rebel / EOS-300D Digital...

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Does my Nikon D200 have built-in filters? or do I need to buy the Cokin filter system?


Your camera doesn't have any filters built in, but you can simulate a lot of the filter effects in post-processing. You would be advised to have polarizing filters for your lenses, and possible neutral density graduated fiters (which do work in the Cokin System). Those are difficult to do without.

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Flash causing a white out!


you are possibly using it too close to subject. Make a softening/dimming filter with layer of tissue paper over the flash- the more tissue the less light gets out

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Filter


Skylight filters don't generally block UV, they change the colour tint optically, which you can do without danger of image degredation in post-processing, so I woudn't really recommend using a skylight filter for digital cameras. I haven't tried a UV filter on my fz10, only my circular polarizer. From what I've heard however, a uv filter may act as lens protection (or use the lens hood), and might in some circumstances reduce haze (rarely), and there are unconfirmed rumours of possibly reducing purple fringing. If anyone could ever confirm this, I might consider one. Otherwise, UV filters also seem peripheral for digital photography. Probably the most important optical filter you can use is a polarizer. This can cut a lot of excess scattered/polarized light and reduce excess contrast, increase sky colour saturation, etc. It's effects are extremely difficult or impossible to get in editing.

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S7000 Filters


i think most any filter is compatible. Definately you will want a polarizer and possibly a UV for general lens protection. A Gray Grad would be nice I hear. Just make sure to take into consideration any accessory lenses you might be going to purchase before commiting to a specific thread size as you can get step down rings to adapt down but not as good to go up. And you will need an adapter to use screw mount filters. Or look into a Lee filter kit or Cokin kit that would be more adaptable to different lens. usually the guys at a local Jessops can give you some good advice. Have fun

Sep 04, 2005 | Fuji FinePix S7000 Digital Camera

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